CFR replication

  • Hi guys, I'm new here and I've really been enjoying this forum so far.
    I came across this CFR replication experiment protocol which could provide a COP of 1.2 (The enhanced version can theoretically show a COP of 2). It looks quite easy (possibly a bit dangerous) to replicate although I haven't tried yet myself. I believe there is a video on youtube of a guy replicating it.


    What is your take on this ?

  • this is quite accessible, but anyway it is labwork...
    I won't do it without the advice of experience people like JP Biberian...
    Jed often says that the problem with mizuno is making a reliable calorimetry, while the reactor is not yet destroyed by the reaction.

  • I took part in 2 of such replications.
    It was impressive, even frightening, but the electrodes rapidly suffered from erosion.
    And no results on COP, calorimetry is a nightmare in this case.


    Today, I would thus not advice trying such approach. If you have a true lab at your disposal, the most interesting would clearly be the replication of the e-cat with the Nickel and this LiAlH4.
    Depending on your interest, why not joining the MFMP project?

  • Thank you both for your feedback and insights :)


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    I won't do it without the advice of experience people like JP Biberian...


    I was aware of the works of JP Biberian although I've always assumed he is unreachable. After reading your message I decided to attempt getting in touch with him by email. He'll hopefully answer my inquiry.


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    And no results on COP, calorimetry is a nightmare in this case.


    The measurement was a nightmare ?


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    If you have a true lab at your disposal


    I do not, I'm just a humble computer scientist. Every attempt at convincing physics or chemistry teachers to conduct such experiments failed miserably. They are strongly not interested... I decided to start saving up money in order to purchase myself the necessary hardware. I'm especially worried about the 2000 watts (200 volts, 10 amps) power supply...


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    why not joining the MFMP project?


    That's an excellent question, I wasn't aware of such a project I am going to look more into this thanks!